Experience the Cultural Heritage of China’s Guizhou Province Like It has Never Been Experienced Before at the Wind of Colorful Guizhou Spectacular: September 5th, Sunday @ 7:00 p.m.

August 15, 2010 at 3:10 am Leave a comment

The Wind of Colorful Guizhou cultural extravaganza has already left its overseas audiences in absolute awe and now thankfully its our turn to be razzled and dazzled here in the US. This powerful award-winning production  showcases, and I mean literally showcases, seventeen different cultural minorities of China’s Guizhou province in grand theatrical style in the form of folk songs and dances, drama, and poetry. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Follow along with national singing star A Youduo, known to fans as the “Miao Nightingale”, as she introduces you the various native dress, ceremonies, and overall ways of life of the local people of  the region. She will be accompanied by a star-studded cast of performers who will entertain you with lyrical ancient Chinese solo and choral folk songs and intricately choreographed folk dances complete with acrobatics. All this will be highlighted with spectacular stage effects and over 500 exquisite and highly colorful costumes.

 

 

 

 

 

 


The show has already toured  successfully in Europe and China, as well as other parts of Asia. In fact, it was a big hit and therefore it should come as no surprise that the director just happens to be none other than Ding Wei, who was responsible for that all-spectacular opening ceremony at the summer olympics in Beijing. Furthermore, this already great show has since been redone and made even better with added choreography, which is now even more intricate than before. So, come see what all the buzz is about and be amazed along with the rest of the world as you experience the cultural pageantry that is the Wind of Colorful Gizhou.

Event Details:

When: September 5th, Sunday @ 7:00 p.m.

Where: John Hancock Hall  (Downtown Boston)

Tickets: $25.00, $30.00, $50.00 (VIP)

             Purchase online here

                                   OR

Boston Book Shop  (617-451-1309)

China Bookstore (617-426-0888)

C-Market (III) (617-338-8811)

Kam Man Food (617-328-1533)

Chinese Language Schools

More Info: 617-610-3636

(Area Restaurants)         

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Entry filed under: Asian music, Chinese, Concerts, Dance Exhibitions. Tags: .

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